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Pokémon GO: Bye, Relaxo - The current boss list until June 17, 2021

The Flegmon event A Very Slow Discovery has ended, meaning Galar Flegmon is gone from Pokémon Go's Raids, but Mega Flegmon will remain active in the Mega Raids for a while. If you haven't managed to capture a dazzling Flegmon yet, you'll have another chance to do so on Tuesday, June 15 during Spotlight Hour (6 to 7 p.m.). Now you'll meet new Mon in the Tier 1 and Tier 3 Raids, which we'll show you below.

Pokémon Go: Current Boss List June 13th to June 17th.

Tier 1
Alola Sandan *Magnetilo
*Quiekel
*Nasgnet
*Praktibalk
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In Tier 1, some players have two interesting Pokémon that raiders are dying to get. For those who didn't build up an army of Keifel at Community Day back in the day, you can grab one of the best ice attackers in the form of Squeak via the Tier 1 Raids. Praktibalk should be of interest to even more trainers. That's because for Raids, its second evolution Meistagrif represents the best battle Pokémon.

Tier 3
MachomeiGeowazJugongPanzaeron


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Jugong and Geowaz are decent ice and rock and ground attackers, respectively, in Tier 3. However, there are much better alternatives for both. If you haven't assembled a troop of Meistagrif yet, you can get one of the best battle Pokémon in the form of Machomei, which is used in a great many of Pokémon Go's raids. You can safely ignore Panzaeron, especially since the battle is one of the hardest Tier 3 encounters.

Mega
Mega Lahmus

Mega Raids will continue to give you a chance to add Mega Lahmus to your collection.
Counter Guide Mega Lahmus

Tier 5
Regirock*, Regice*, and Registeel*

Counter Guide RegirockCounter Guide
Registeel

Regice Counter Guide

*Chance to get the dazzling version

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